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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

#WW How to Flush

Throughout Israel, one finds a variety of toilet flushers. Most of them round and split. A small button for liquid waste and a bigger button for the heavy crap. Although these are quite foreign from those found in America, none of them came with directions––neither in Hebrew, Arabic, or English––on how to use them . . . except for one. 

Bwaaa! I'm glad they told us because we Americans have no idea how to use this kind. As a side note, if this sign had been written for Israelis at this tourist site, it would not be in English.


16 comments:

Kristi Maloney said...

Classic - who knew flushing a toilet could be so complicated? ;)

Ai Sakura said...

Oh we have these in Singapore too! If it is closer to the floor, it's meant to be stepped on down.. don't use your hands.

Karren Haller said...

THe strangest toilets I have ever experienced, CHina, oh my gosh. Horrible

messymimi said...

How funny! Yes, i've seen the "half button" type here, but it's not very common.

alissa apel said...

That's so funny! Instructions for Americans.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Oh my!

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Mary said...

So funny! In Europe, there are lots of the double button flush toilets. I wish we had them here!

stevebethere said...

LOL I hope you followed the instructions carefully Joyce

Have an airfreshenertastic week :-)

Marie Moody said...

Well, I would think something like that would be pretty self explanatory don't you think??? :) Have a great evening.

Rhonda Albom said...

There is something funny about toilet instructions in any language.

Susan Faw said...

We have that style in Canada but I much prefer the auto flush ones :-)

kewkew said...

I have to admit, that was funny. Things I have never thought about before, differences around the world on how to flush a toilet.

Binky said...

I think flushers are a mystery to a lot of people.

mail4rosey said...

lol isn't that how that goes!!

E said...

Love it - needing instructions! How stupid are we all??

Marcelle Simone Heller said...

Ha-ha - I've seen that one! Guess there are people who don't know .... #WordlessWednesday @greyworldnomads